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ABC
Sep 23, 2010 6:00am EDT
hot hot. meteorologist justin burke with our forecast for today. >> reporter: on the last day of summer, temperatures reached 90 degrees. tying the all time top count. happy fall to all. it is a morning that features a little bit of fog. it took down trees in baltimore county, and a nasty storm came right along route 50 all the way near croftton. temperatures in arnold 67, 63 toward westminister. not much of a spread this morning, but we have areas of fog. what appears to be a developing thunderstorm just west of hagerstown. otherwise we expect a dry morning. isolated thunderstorms, with a guaranteed high of '88. could reach 90 in backyards. here's kim brown. good morning. >>> hey justin, good morning, everyone. we have another accident reported up in perryville in harper county. police are also still working an accident at the baltimore county line on the eastbound lanes of route 40. right now looking at our drive times however, no problems around the beltway. looking good from bel air to providence. 95 southbound. traffic starting to build slightly. a four minute ride from whit
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00am EDT
. justin burke, now yesterday, justin said it was going to get around 48 last night. did we reach that low? >> we are pretty close this morning. it's chilly in some places. we are already down into the 40s and we are going to slip lower over the next couple of hours. we'll show you temperatures in a moment. last day after summer. this is the last full day of summer, but the summer heat will return over the next couple of days. hang tight, don't worry about it. it's a page turn on the calendar. 51 right now in baltimore. it's a good chance we slip into the 40s over the
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 5:30am EDT
costello. >>> and friday is almost here and fall is here. meteorologist justin burke. good morning, justin. >> reporter: we had big boomers roll through last night. especially in the evening the overnight hours. we'll see if kim has any updates on the traffic delays as a result of some of those. yesterday we had 91. the 53rd day we hit surpassing the 90-degree mark. happy fall today. we have morning fog and more heat on the way. as we check it out. we are generally looking across the area, conditions are basically summer like. 67 degrees in baltimore. with fog in baltimore county. some of the valley locations held on to some of the cooler temperatures during the morning hours. big storms rolled through yesterday as well. going for 88 today as our guaranteed high. could reach 90 in some spots. here's kim with a check on the traffic. >> reporter: northern baltimore county got hit good with the storms last night nmonkton we have a handful of intersections affecting with downed trees. the westbound lanes of old york road are blocked because of downed trees. also reports of an accident
ABC
Sep 2, 2010 5:00pm EDT
don't want to grandstand, they are saying it is not too dangerous, just fun. >> justin burke, we'll check back with you in a little bit. as it moves closer to ocean city, they are looking to see if it is going to ruin their labor day plans. people are hitting the road early. brian? >> traffic is moving back and forth across the bridge but earl is making people make the decision of whether or not to go or stay. plenty of marylanders, in ocean city or some other beach along the east coast, but as earl continues to churn and chug along the mid-atlantic many are changing their vacation plans. the store was enough to force ray question avoid oh and his family to change their vacation on the outer banks. >> supposed to stay through sunday of this week, we expected them to have a mandatory evacuation, so we left yesterday to avoid all the traffic. and this morning we've got up and found out they had a mandatory evacuation for all of dare county down there. >> reporter: so your beth paid off to get out of there? >> absolutely. absolutely, yeah. >> reporter: but for every one person who shor
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 6:30am EDT
story in just a minute, but first, we'll get a check on weather. here is justin burke. >> all right, chilly start this morning. we take you to howard county. we start here at owings mills, 50 degrees. now we go to howard county. a look at veterans elementary, 46. columbia at the howard community college at 53. there's a widespread this morning under clear skies and still minutes away from sunrise. we'll hit our low temperature around 8:00 a.m. and bounce off the bottom. this afternoon's two degree guaranteed high under sunshine, a seasonal 78. now that traffic, here is kim. >> a disabled vehicle on the southbound lanes of 795 as you approach the beltway has traffic slow as you come out of owings mills, but aside from that, we are looking fairly good. outer loop lanes beginning to slow. those delays continue as you approach the valley. we'll get a complete check on the roads in just a minute, back to you. >> new this morning, at a quarter to 7:00. baltimore city firefighters are on the scene of a house fire near the intersection of northern parkway. officials say when firefighters go
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 5:30am EDT
doing? i'm jamie costello. >> let's take a look at our weather. here is justin burke. good morning. >> good morning to you. we take a look at our headlines. you are going to notice, when you step outside, we have had some chill that we have not had for mo.
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 6:30am EDT
. it is actually costing you a lot of money. how much? first meteorologist, justin burke. >> reporter: feels like summer. hanging on to 67 degrees after reaching 91 yesterday. in between we had thunderstorms, lots of trees down. and a -- little bit of fog to deal with this morning. we have a cluster of storms firing up near hagerstown this morning. a band of clouds this morning. trying to turn partly to mostly sunny and another round of isolated late day storms. puts 90 within reach. let's see what is happening as you reach for the keys. and go out the door. >> reporter: in perryville, we have a crash that has route 222 at 275 close in both directions. traffic lights are not working at davidson bill road. i'll give a complete list of downed trees and wires, for issues on any of the major roadways at this time, just building volume. back to you. >>> 6:44 right now. milton hill was the guy who solved -- shoveled the snow off the steps of the church. no way should he have died like this. >> reporter: police believe someone shot hill for his green scooter. it has been almost two months si
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 4:30am EDT
have meteorologist justin burke. >> a really interesting end to summer yesterday with temperatures hanging on to summer heat. we hit 91 degrees in baltimore and then we had big boomers, especially on the north side. incredible(l) lightning displays. as a result, here's the deal. we are now at 53 days, at or above 90, tying the number one all time mark for any particular year. we may surpass that this year. we probably should put that one as another notch in the book. >>> happy fall. >> we start off this morning with happy fall. yes, we have more heat on the way. we are currently dry and we are looking at temperatures ranging from 65 and back to 71 in german town. patchy fog this morning. otherwise, we should see another mostly sunny sky. that 87 and here may be underdoing it. i believe we have a good shot to upper 80s and maybe even 90. >>> good morning, justin. so far so good. thunderstorms that rolled through last night brought some trees down, up in monkton, the westbound lanes ar
ABC
Sep 2, 2010 6:00pm EDT
justin burke who is on the front lines with the very latest. we had a live shot from north carolina at 5:00 and you could definitely tell the difference from the pictures there and the way we're looking at in ocean city tonight. >> no doubt kelly. i'll tell you as we've got on the air at 4:00 even though the tide is pulling out we're actually watching those waves grow a little stronger, check 24 out. this is where we get the funny influence of sand and water and sea spray with technology but i am hooked up with surf line here, they have one measurement that we believe this is a buoy offshore, you can see that, 13 to 18 feet waves. now basically 12-foot out of the south, southeast, that's the movement from the storm earl. that approach again, 13 to 18 feet, but wire also looking at some other conditions, ranging from 5 to 6 feet. look over my shoulder, it's not just having an eye patch on the beach. that is meteorologist, yeah, jacob ray who came from weather bug, we have got ourselves, yeah, live weather conditions here on the beach and nobody else got that in baltimore and this will be
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 4:30am EDT
meteorologist, justin burke with the weather. good morning mr. burke. >> good morning to you. we have ourselves a chill in the air. we talked about this, but for some of you, you may be shocked when you walk outside and see temperatures that are down in the 40s in some spots. now this is the last full day of summer and we start off with temperatures in the 40s. oh, but that summer heat continues to build for the rest of the week. check it out right now. maryland's most powerful doppler radar, we are clear, we are quiet, and we will remain dry. but this morning's temperature in ellicott city. right by the bay, we have a 54- degree reading. two degree guarantee this afternoon with sunshine. brings us back to a seasonal high of 78. right now, let's get our first check on traffic and say hi to kim brown. >> good morning. all lanes have been reopened just past 195 for an earlier overnight crash, as you see, the northbound lanes are flowing freely. this just got reopened 15 minutes ago. all around the area, we are looking good. no problems on the beltway or 83. 795 looks good as well. as yo
ABC
Sep 2, 2010 5:30pm EDT
there, justin burke, my fellow meteorologist. >> wyatt, i'm going to tell you wyatt, what is interesting is there is more excitement than anything el. literally talking to a lot of the people, you'll see the crowd over my shoulder, people literally are coming down with a byfuglien on their face. these surfers are coming out saying these are the biggest they have seen all summer, some of them, to be honest, they are not that old. some comparing it to isabel. you can see a dozen surfers out there, fred i hope you're getting a shot of some of those guys, we're getting reports ranging anywhere from 8 to 12 feet with some of these swells and occasionally they are breaking a little bit higher, of course right now we're live on television, it's going to settle down. a little deceptive because the beach literally drops down just before the break and that's what is making those waves maybe look a little smaller on tv then they really are, but i'll tell you, they have been getting higher in the past hour and a half to two hours we have been down here. we're watching the tide it pull ou
ABC
Sep 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
back to the news desk. >> we're heading to justin burke now. how you doing? >> reporter: we're tracking here at the beach. we had a beautiful sunset. looks like high tide coming up at 3:59. that's temperature point we will be on the air at 4:00. we'll let you know how bad it is here. forget the hand held. look over my shoulder. we've partnered with weather bug. they brought their storm chaser. we just set up here on the board walk. this is live for everybody to see tomorrow. we've got meteorologist jacob from weather bug here. tell us about the storm tracker. >> we have a mobile weather tracking unit that includes a hd camera, an mom at the, rain gauge and temperature censer. we're basically able to drive pup on the board walk and get data. >> he had to fight everybody off to get the keys to come by himself. >> reporter: we have a bet going on here. how high do you think the wind gusts will get tomorrow? >> i think we'll see wind gusts up to 62 miles per hour. you said 58. >> reporter: that's what we've got going on here. the wind is picking up a little bit. it's a matter of fa
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 6:00am EDT
justin burke. >> good morning to you. on this last day of summer, it is quite chilly. we are now officially down into the 40s for the baltimore area. most of us starting the day at that mark and will recover back to normal this afternoon. but as fall begins, summer weather will make a return over the next couple of days. so if you haven't heard the updated forecast, wait until you see it. we will show that to you in a bit. this morning we are officially down to 49. 50 degrees in easten. we have 60 in southern maryland at the river air station, head just to the north and york pa barely hanging on at 41 degrees. typically we will reach our low temperature by 8:00 in the morning. so we could slip a few more notches before now and then. we will average between 45 and 55 and then aiming for a mostly sunny sky with this afternoon's two degree guaranteed high of 78 degrees. let's see what is happening, here is kim. >> thanks, justin. not much happening on the roadways this morning. you will find minor congestion approaching the tunnels. here we have video from a fire overnight that actu
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 9:00am EDT
it. >>> justin burke. >> that is painful. >> it is tough to watch, isn't it? >> is it really worth it? >>> outside, this morning, want to highlight we are looking at current conditions. 71. brief clearing and clouds rolling in with some showers that had fallen part into the mountains earlier this morning. you'll notice the dew point 65, that is a true tell as to how much moisture we have in the atmosphere. that is a summer like level. there is a definite feel of summer out there, even though it is the onslaught if you will of the season. a lot of trees are down as one cluster of storms moved through. this is the remnant batch of old showers and clouds this morning will actually diminish. we will actually get the sun out in full force. the line of energy today farther to the north and west. we need to diminish our chance of afternoon showers just a little bit, but there is still a lot of heat to be had and still that chance if something does roll into town. yesterday's high, 91. that gives us a tie of 53 days this year, at 90 or above. tying the most ever in baltimore. probably surp
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